Systematic Literature Review on Halal Label Studies of Halal Tourism

Azhar Alam, Ririn Tri Ratnasari, Ari Prasetyo, Intan Hapnitasari, Estina Rahmawati

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The halal tourism sector is developing in a positive direction every year. Muslim-friendly vacations are a subset of the halal market which has an essential influence on Islamic economic development. This study aims to determine the extent of research developments related to a systematic literature review of halal certification targets in halal tourism. This research reveals the development of halal label studies on halal tourism, the target of halal certification in halal tourism, and discussions on future research development. This qualitative research uses a systematic literature review method, adopting the PRISMA system to screen articles that become research material. From 23 halal label research articles on halal tourism indexed by the Scopus database, this study selects all articles and leaves 18 as the main research material. The findings of this study show the dominance of authors from Indonesia and the development trend of publication of halal label studies on tourism in 2022. The results showed that Muslim tourists, in determining tourist destinations, pay attention to the availability of halal attributes such as halal food and hotels. This study has implications for the position of the halal label in halal tourism, which is increasingly important and has become a reference for the development of the halal industry.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)635-645
Number of pages11
JournalTEM Journal
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - 2024


  • Halal tourism
  • Scopus
  • halal label
  • systematic literature review


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